The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Year:  1892  Item type(s):  Clippings   Sort by:  Oldest date (to newest)
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Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Monday, March 28, 1892 
TextNewspapers    A Steam Yacht Destroyed ________ A Mystery in Connection With the Burning of the Magic This Morning. Port Ontario, March 28. - (Special.) The steam yacht Magic, owned by Captain Ripson of Pulaski, was discovered to be on fire at 3 o'clock this morning and was speedily reduced to ashes. The...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), April 8, 1892 
TextNewspapers    Obituary. _______ Peter Lamoree. About eleven o'clock last night, Mr. Peter Lamoree died at his home in West Fifth street. The deceased was one of the earliest citizens of Oswego. He was born in New Baltimore, N. Y. , in 1812. He came to Oswego in the year 1827 and began life as a ...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Monday, March 28, 1892 
TextNewspapers    A Steam Yacht Destroyed ________ A Mystery in Connection With the Burning of the Magic This Morning. Port Ontario , March 28. - (Special.) The steam yacht Magic, owned by Captain Ripson of Pulaski , was discovered to be on fire at 3 o'clock this morning and was speedily reduced to ...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Sat., April 9, 1892 
TextNewspapers    Obituary. ____ Luke Ratigan. Luke Ratigan , one of the oldest and most respected residents of the First ward, died at his residence in West Eighth street about 11 o'clock last night. Mr. Ratigan has been afflicted for the past six months with gangrene in his right foot, and his death was...
Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), Monday, September 26, 1892 
TextNewspapers    HEAVY STORM AT OSWEGO. Boat Capsized, One Man Drowned, Buildings Unroofed and Other Damage Done. Oswego, Sept. 26. -- A fearful storm of wind and rain raged here all night and this morning. The wind recorded 50 miles an hour but blew much harder at the lake. The roof was blown from ...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Sat., Jan. 2, 1892 
TextNewspapers    *Hinmanville is on the Oswego River near Phoenix, N.Y., on the old Oswego Branch of the Erie Canal.
St. Joseph Saturday Herald (St. Joseph, MI), 18 June 1892 
TextNewspapers    The "A. E. Wild" was the Alice E. Wilde.
St. Joseph Saturday Herald (St. Joseph, MI), 28 May 1892 
TextNewspapers    The passenger steamers Kalamazoo and Pilgrim, both of Saugatuck, the former bound from Holland to Chicago and the latter bound from Chicago to Saugatuck, under full head of steam collided in mid-lake shortly after midnight Wednesday morning, making a big hole in the Kalamazoo, and she now rests...
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), February 29, 1892 
TextNewspapers    A PARTIAL LIST OF VESSEL APPOINTMENTS FOR THE COMING SEASON ________ WHAT BOATS MASTERS AND CHIEF ENGINEERS WILL BE FOUND ON ________ Fortunate Sailors Who Have Good Berths Secured for Next Season ________ Following is a partial list of appointments of masters and chief engineers for the...
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), March 8, 1892 
TextNewspapers    CANADIAN REVENUE CUTTERS ________ The Government About to Place New Cruisers on the Upper Lakes Ottawa, March 7. - The Dominion Government is about to place three new cruisers on the upper lakes. One will be located on Lake Superior and one at least on Lake Huron. These boats, it is claimed,...
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Monday, April 11, 1892 
TextNewspapers    Baker ran a successful trial of the boat April 29 of the same year, and by late 1893 he was in hot competition with the famous John Holland to win a contract to provide the U.S. Navy with its first operational submarine. Unfortunately, Baker passed away of appendicitis in March, 1894 and never saw...
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), May 26, 1892 
TextNewspapers    Chicago, May 25., - The Norwegian steamer Wergeland, with a cargo of herring and cod liver oil direct from Bergen, Norway, will arrive in Chicago to-morrow morning, and will be given fitting reception by Norwegian residents. The consignee of the cargo, A. O. Thorpe, has arranged for the affair...
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), May 27, 1892 
TextNewspapers    AKA SLIEPNER - Arrived in Chicago in August, 1862 with 105 passengers and returned with wheat; repeated the trip in June of the following year, with the same cargo. History of the Great Lakes calls the other boat SKJOLDOMAN and gives her arrival as July, 1863. The WERGELAND was probably Bergen...
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), May 16, 1892 
TextNewspapers    The ANDASTE (US#106926 - 1,573gt) and her sister CHOCTAW (US#126874) were of an unusual early stemwinder type - a sort of cross between the standard steel bulkers of the time and the whalebacks which had captured the public imagination. ANDASTE sailed for nearly 30 years for the steel trust...
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), May 27, 1892 
TextNewspapers    A nautical mile of 6077 feet has been measured and marked out near the southeast shore of Owen sound, five and one-fourth miles from the town, for the purpose of testing the speed of steam vessels. Each end of the mile is indicated by a pair of beacons painted white, with the letters "M M" on ...
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), June 26, 1892 
TextNewspapers    ... with a cargo of flour and 25 souls aboard. She never arrived, and has since become the "holy grail" for wreck searchers in that part of the lakes system. But in June of 1892 all thoughts were fine and hopeful at her launch at Detroit. For several photos and a description of the loss, see ...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Tuesday Dec. 13. 1892 
TextNewspapers    James Navagh Dies The late James Navagh who died in Buffalo on December 7th and whose funeral took place on December 10th at the Church of the Holy Angels, was born in June 1826 in Navin County Meath, Ireland. In 1829 he came to this country with his parents, who took up their residence in ...
Amboy (Schooner), U95276, 1892 
TextNewspapers  1892  ...;     February 4, 1892       Schooner HELENA. U. S. No. 95276. Of 863.93 tons gross; 820.73 tons net. Built Cleveland, O., 1874. Home port, Cleveland, O. 205.4 x 34.2 x 14.4       Merchant Vessel List, U...
A. A. Parker (Propeller), U14428, 1892 
TextNewspapers  1892  ...It is very probable that the name of the steamer KASOTA, now rebuilding in the big dock of the Detroit Dry Dock Company, will be changed to A. A. PARKER.       The Marine Review       February 25, 1892 Steam screw A.A. PARKER.* U...
Caprice (Steam yacht), U95861, 1892 
TextNewspapers  1892  ...Steam yacht CAPRICE.* U.S. No. 95861. Of 20.29 tons gross; 11.41 tons net. Built at New York, N.Y., in 1885. Home port, Detroit, Mich. 48.0 x 14.2 x 6.4 *Formerly steam screw HENRY DOUGLAS.       Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1892 &#160...
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